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president obama's health care reform law. he later called the 16 day government shutdown a "tactical fiasco." judd gregg came to washington for the first time in 1981 representing new hampshire in the u.s. house for nine years. he then went back to the granite state and as governor, he was champion of environmental conservation and helped preserve more than 337,000 acres of sensitive land. after four years in the statehouse house, he returned to washington to begin the first of three terms in the u.s. senate. his political career was marked by contradictions. he was known to be a staunch fiscal conservative yet he didn't hesitate to work with democrats in congress and in the white house to push policies he believed in. during the financial panic in 2008, senator gregg was the top republican negotiator for a program which set aside $700 million to bailout wall street and commercial banks. four months later, he withdrew his name from consideration to become president obama's first commerce secretary saying he was opposed to the president's economic stimulus plan. senator gregg left the senate
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